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with katy perry and the latest on how hurricane sandy is affecting early voting in ohio. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >> we know what change looks like. >> three days and the obama campaign is pumped. the romney campaign is still playing with shiny objects. >> did you see what president obama said today? he asked his supporters to vote for revenge. >> alex wagner and michael steel on a huge day on the campaign trail. >>> early voting rages on in ohio. state senator nina turner has the latest as the righties continue to delewd themselves about the buckeye state. >> mitt romney will win ohio and he's going to win ohio easily. >> i think ohio is going to be a squeaker, maybe 80, 110,000 vote margin but i think the republicans are likely to take it. >> bob strom is here and he'll set the record straight. >> an bill clinton continues to slam the door on romney in the state of virginia. >> if you really believe we're all in this together, re-elect president obama. >> as katy perry lights up the badger state. >>> good to have you with us tonight. with just about 50 hours until elec
in pennsylvania just 20 minutes from trenton, the capital of new jersey. the effect of the superstorm sandy on this campaign is still evident. here's president obama today talking about the recovery effort and what it means to americans. >> we will help them rebuild and carry on with the spirit that says no matter how bad a storm gets, no matter how tough times get, we're in this together. we rise and fall as one nation and one people. >> let's bring in our mega panel tonight. i'm joined by richard wolffe, editor of msnbc.com also howard fineman, editorial director of "huffington post," and eugene robinson, analyst and "washington post" columnist. i am a man of truth. i admit that the knowledge weighs heavy on this side of the table tonight. gentlemen, everybody wants to know what's going to happen. but i want to go back to what chris christie is saying. richard, how much is this storm played into the decision-making factor for voters? >> i think it has had a significant impact -- for that sliver that needs to break late in the election. one or two-point race, that can make a difference jus
establishment is now the minority. >> hurricane sandy saved barack obama's presidency. >> the photo op with chris christie also kind of damaged mitt's narrative. >> he succeeded by suppressing the vote. >> that's just a sampling, my trends. the conspiracy theories are predictable, are they not? it was the mainstream media. it was their fault. one of my favorite excuses was from ron johnson. in an interview, he blamed an uninformed lek rat. he said if you aren't properly informed, if you don't understand the problems facing the nation, you are that much more prone to falling prey to demagoguing solutions and the problem with demagoguing solutions is they don't work. i am concerned about people who don't fully understand the ugly math we are facing in this country. so because the electorate is uninformed, they won't out and voted for president obama. take a look at this chart. the top ten best educated states, meaning they had the highest percentage of residents 25 or older with a college degree or more, they all voted for president obama. with the exception of nevada. the ten worst educ
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)